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Jessica McKay (born 23 June 1989) is an Australian professional wrestler. She is signed to WWE under the ring name Billie Kay and performs on the Raw brand.

Billie Kay
Billie Kay Axxess 2018.jpg
Kay in April 2018
Birth nameJessica McKay[1]
Born (1989-06-23) 23 June 1989 (age 30)[2]
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia[3]
ResidenceOrlando, Florida, United States[4]
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)Billie Kay[5]
Jessie[6]
Jessie McKay[2]
Billed height5 ft 8 in (173 cm)[7]
Billed weight132 lb (60 kg)[8][9]
Billed fromSydney, Australia[5][8][9]
Trained byMadison Eagles[2]
Debut23 June 2007[9]

In June 2007, Kay made her professional wrestling debut at Pro Wrestling Alliance (PWA),[4] and she debuted one-year later for the Pro Wrestling Women's Alliance promotion, where she became a two-time PWWA Champion. She later started competing on the independent circuit for multiple promotions in the United States for several years, most notably and commonly for Shimmer Women Athletes.[10][11]

Early lifeEdit

McKay began watching wrestling at the age of 10 along with her brother, and started her professional wrestling career first attending to the Australian promotion based in Sydney, Pro Wrestling Alliance.[4] Prior to becoming a wrestler, McKay excelled in basketball.[5] She attended the same high school (Westfields Sports) as fellow wrestler Peyton Royce.[4]

Professional wrestling careerEdit

Pro Wrestling Alliance Australia (2007–2015)Edit

McKay was trained by Madison Eagles.[2] She debuted on 23 June 2007, on her eighteenth birthday, at PWA Australia with a win over Eagles and Aurora, wrestling under her birth name as Jessie McKay.[4][12]

On 2 August 2008, McKay defeated defending champion Kellie Skater to win the PWWA Championship for the first time.[13][14] She had one successful title defence on 8 November against Tenille Tayla.[13] On 22 November, she lost her title to Penni Lane.[13] After Lane vacated her title due to injury, McKay won the PWWA Championship for the second time in a four-way match against Kellie Skater, Sway, and Shazza McKenzie on 14 September 2009.[13] McKay had two successful title defences against KC Cassidy and Madison Eagles in March and May 2010, but lost the title to Eagles on 11 June 2010.[13]

In September 2011, McKay failed to win a three-way match for the Shimmer Championship also featuring champion Madison Eagles and Nicole Matthews.[13][15] In August 2012, in a match to crown the interim PWWA Champion, she was defeated by Evie.[13]

Shimmer Women Athletes (2008–2015)Edit

McKay began wrestling for the American all-female promotion Shimmer Women Athletes in October 2008, making her debut at Volume 21 along with Madison Eagles as the Pink Ladies,[16][17] participating in a tag team gauntlet match to determine the inaugural Shimmer Tag Team Champions, but were the first team eliminated.[16][18] McKay made her singles debut in Shimmer with a loss to Kellie Skater at Volume 24.[11][19][20]

At Volume 33 in September 2010, McKay defeated Nicole Matthews,[21][22] after losing to Matthews earlier that year in April at Volume 30.[23][24] She followed up with an upset victory over Ayako Hamada and Sara Del Rey in a three-way match by pinning former Shimmer Champion Del Rey at Volume 34.[15][21][25] As a result, later in September 2010, McKay was granted a title match against her trainer and former tag partner, Shimmer Champion Madison Eagles at Volume 35, but failed to win.[21][26][27]

After her failed title challenge, McKay continued her feud with Nicole Matthews. At Volume 36, she teamed up with Tenille, challenging The Canadian NINJAs (Matthews and Portia Perez) for the Shimmer Tag Team Championship, but were defeated.[20][21] However, she gained a victory over the Canadian NINJAs at Volume 38 while teaming with Serena.[20][28] McKay concluded her feud with Matthews with a loss in a two-out-of-three falls match at Volume 39 in March 2011.[20][28]

In March 2012, victories over Mia Yim at Volume 45 and former Shimmer Champion MsChif at Volume 46 led to McKay receiving another shot at the Shimmer Championship,[15][29] but lost to defending champion Cheerleader Melissa at Volume 47.[30][31] At Volume 53 in April 2013, McKay was defeated by Madison Eagles in Eagles' return match.[32][33] At Volume 57, Kay defeated Mercedes Martinez.[34][35]

Other promotions (2008–2015)Edit

Other than wrestling for Shimmer, McKay has also wrestled for other American promotions, including Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW) and Ring of Honor (ROH) in 2008,[36][37] and Chikara in 2011.[38] She also wrestled for the Canadian promotion NCW Femmes Fatales in 2012.[39] McKay debuted for the American promotion Shine Wrestling at Shine 9 in April 2014, with a victory in a six-person tag team match, teaming with Kellie Skater and Shazza McKenzie to defeat Nikki Roxx, Santana and Mia Yim.[40]

WWEEdit

NXT (2015–2018)Edit

 
Kay prior to a match at WrestleMania 32 Axxess in April 2016

McKay received a tryout with WWE during their tour of Australia in August 2014[4] and became an NXT trainee on 13 April 2015.[1] McKay made her televised in-ring debut on 10 June episode of NXT, where she competed in a losing effort against Becky Lynch under the ring name Jessie.[6] On 7 August, she was given the new ring name Billie Kay.[41] After competing in most of her matches at NXT as a face,[42][43] Kay competed on her first match as a heel on 21 October episode of NXT, losing to Asuka.[44] Through the end of 2015, Kay started being managed by fellow wrestler, Sylvester Lefort, during multiple NXT live events,[45][46] however it did not last for long after Lefort was released from his contract in February 2016.[47]

On 13 January 2016 episode of NXT, Kay competed in a number one contender's battle royal for Bayley's NXT Women's Championship, which was won by Carmella.[48] Kay made her first appearance on the main roster on 30 June episode of SmackDown, where she worked as a jobber losing to Dana Brooke.[49] Kay finally made her return to NXT television on 27 July, where she achieved her first live victory in the company by defeating Santana Garrett.[50] After asking NXT's general manager William Regal for a match at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn II on 17 August episode of NXT, she was granted one against the debutant Ember Moon.[51] At the event on 20 August, Kay was defeated by Moon.[52] Following a brief hiatus, Kay returned on 21 September episode of NXT, where she defeated Aliyah.[53]

In October, Kay started an alliance with Peyton Royce, later dubbed The Iconic Duo,[54] and later entered a feud with Liv Morgan with the duo attacking and defeating Morgan in singles matches.[55][56][57] This ultimately led to a six–women tag team match at NXT TakeOver: Toronto, which was taped and aired for 23 November episode of NXT, in which Aliyah, Ember Moon and Morgan defeated Kay, Royce and their partner Daria Berenato.[58][59] In the end of December, Kay and Royce were placed in a brief feud with the NXT Women's Champion Asuka after the latter stated there is no competition for her.[60][61][62][63] This resulted in a fatal–four-way match, which also involved Nikki Cross, at the NXT TakeOver: San Antonio event on 28 January 2017, in which both Kay and Royce failed to capture the Women's Championship.[64]

SmackDown (2018–present)Edit

 
The IIconics debuted on SmackDown by interrupting Charlotte Flair

Kay and Royce, now dubbed The IIconics made their main roster debut on 10 April 2018 episode of SmackDown Live attacking then SmackDown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair, whilst she was cutting a promo about her match at WrestleMania 34.[65] Week later, Kay lost to Flair.[66] In their first match together as part of the main roster, The IIconics racked up their first victory against Asuka and Becky Lynch.[67] Throughout the next few months, Kay competed in various singles and tag team matches but ended up on the losing end.[68][69][70][71][72] In August, The IIconics started their first feud on the main roster, with Naomi, and the two were able to defeat her in singles matches.[73][74] Eventually, Naomi teamed up with Asuka but lost to the IIconics at the WWE Super Show-Down on 6 October, held in the latter's homeland of Australia.[75][76][77][78] Three weeks later, both Kay and Royce took part in WWE's first all-women's pay–per–view, Evolution; they were the first two eliminated from a battle royal for a future women's championship match.[79]

On 27 January 2019, both Kay and Royce entered their first Royal Rumble match at number 7 and number 9 respectively, and they managed to eliminate Nikki Cross, before they both were eliminated by Lacey Evans.[80] On 17 February, at the Elimination Chamber, The IIconics competed in a tag team Elimination Chamber match for the inaugural WWE Women's Tag Team Championship, which was won by Sasha Banks and Bayley.[81] In March, The IIconics started a feud with Banks and Bayley, whom they defeated in a non–title match.[82] Because of their win, they (and two other teams) challenged Banks and Bayley for the championship at WrestleMania 35 in a fatal four–way match.[83][84][85] At the event, which took place on 7 April, The IIconics won the match after Kay pinned Bayley to win the Women's Tag Team Championship for the first time.[86] On 5 August episode of Raw, The IIconics lost the titles to Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross in a fatal-4-way match.

Other mediaEdit

Kay made her WWE video game debut as a playable character in WWE 2K18 and has since appeared in WWE 2K19.[87]

Championships and accomplishmentsEdit

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